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My mother always says that eventually the truth comes out. Well Mom, this one is taking a bit too long. Palestinian President Abbas is seen as a “Moderate” across the world. The real question is moderate WHAT? Here is a man who is in charge of a Terrorist organization, Fatah, who has sent over 100 rockets into the Negev over the past few months. This moderate is in charge of an organization that is at least party responsible for the homicide Bombing in Eilat last week. This moderate rules an organization that calls for the destruction of the state of Israel. WAKE UP AND SMELL THE BRISKET!!!! Abbas does not want peace with Israel, he wants Israel piece by piece ! And the latest is a draft agreement made with his partner in crime Hamas. An agreement which says we both want everything from Israel and we still don’t recognize Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state. Hey Condi, it sounds like they are telling you to take your quartet and shove it. It is also a smack in the face to Olmert (who deserves a smack). Olmert has been trying so hart to prop Abbas up that he is ignoring the facts. Congrats Ehud you have made a monster. I just hope you disarm it before it takes over the world.
Truth Emerges in Hamas-Fatah Draft Agreement
17:06 Feb 05, ’07 / 17 Shevat 5767
by Hana Levi Julian
A draft of a new Hamas-Fatah deal reveals the two are in agreement despite Western assumptions that Fatah is a moderate force in the Palestinian Authority.take our poll - story continues below
PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, who has been termed by Israeli and Western leaders as a moderate, agreed to every principle demanded by Hamas.
The document, published Monday in the Saudi Arabian newspaper Ukhaz, rejects the United States Road Map peace plan that calls for interim borders for a future PA state.
In its current form, the agreement:
• States the objective of a unity government will be the creation of an independent Arab nation with Jerusalem as its capital.
• “Opposition to the temporary borders and all other solutions that do not fulfill the national legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.”
• Calls for the “right of return” of millions of Arabs living in other countries who claim Israel as home.
• Demands that the separation barrier be removed.
• Demands that “all prisoners in Israel be released unconditionally.”
No mention was made of the future recognition of Israel, even if all the demands are met.
The terms of the agreement allow Hamas to retain control of the PA government, but also allow Abbas to proceed on negotiations with Israel. The agreement also states that the Hamas-led PA government will officially recognize prior agreements.
In essence, Hamas will accept government decisions without the necessity of altering the terrorist faction’s ultimate aim of the destruction of the State of Israel.
Talks between the Hamas and Fatah factions will be hosted by the Saudi Arabian government later this week in Mecca. The meeting is expected to result in a unity coalition after several broken ceasefires and fierce clashes between the two terrorist groups in Gaza.
At least 28 PA residents have died and 230 people have been wounded in the most recent round of violence in the year-long battle for control of the PA.